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Meet avid traveller – Katie McAlister

Katie has volunteered in an orphanage in Bolivia for seven months, volunteered at an underprivileged school in India for three months and is now living and working in Chiba (40km from Tokyo, Japan). There aren’t many things Katie won’t give a go. Katie is one of my longest and closest friends who has always inspired me with her courage, positivity

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Behind classroom doors

Behind classroom doors… No it’s not that kind of story, it’s a lot less exciting. Sorry. Teaching English overseas appears to be a pretty popular thing to do when looking for that package deal of live/work/travel.  So I’ve decided to add a new section in the blog ‘Behind classroom doors’ and have a chat to some other globe trotters about

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Konnichiwa! Behind classroom doors in Japan

Continuing on from my ‘Behind classroom doors’ series… Lets knock on Narayan’s door in Japan! Narayan hails from windy Wellington in New Zealand, but is now living it up in Saitama, Japan teaching the young folk English.   What were you doing before you came to Japan to teach English? Studying commerce at Victoria University in Wellington, NZ!   How

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